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These are new out,(about a month) they use an IPS panel, reports are very very good. £263 on dell site, £190 odd ebuyer.

£183.99 if you get free shipping there or £192.98 with next day deliv

http://www.cnet.com.au/desktops/monitors/0,239029422,339294389,00.htm


With a non-glossy coating and impressive resolution, contrast, luminance and response times, the affordable Dell UltraSharp 2209WA delivers sharp, detailed images, saturated color and breathtaking multimedia performance.

- Screen Size: 22" Widescreen
- Resolution: 1680x1050
- Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
- Brightness: 300cd/m²
- Response Time: 6ms
- Viewing Angles (H/V): 178°/178°
- Colours: 16.7 Million
- Inputs: 1x Analogue & 1x DVI-D
- Dimensions: 511.77mm x 361.91mm x 184.12mm
- Weight: 7.93kg
- Warranty: 3 Years On-Site



IPS Panel Technology

S-IPS/H-IPS (In Plane Switching) panels are generally considered the best overall LCD technology for image quality, color accuracy and viewing angles, but this comes at a price. They are well suited for graphics design and other applications which require accurate and consistent color reproduction. S-IPS panels offer the best viewing angles of any current LCD technology, with wide viewing angles up to 178 degress. The response time of S-IPS is adequate, ranging from 6ms to 16ms with current panels. This is only slightly slower than TN panels. However, gamers should take this into consideration. Fast paced games may suffer from motion blur or ghosting with S-IPS panels that have a response time higher than 8ms. S-IPS panels can be identified buy a slight purple hue on blacks when viewed from a wide angle. There are currently few manufacturers using S-IPS panels in comparison to the other panels types making choices limited and they often carry a premium price tag. H-IPS is a newer variation of S-IPS with a different pixel structure that improves contrast ratios and lowers pixel pitch to provide better picture quality
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#2
IPS is much better than TN right? I have the 2208WFP on it's way to me just now from Dell UK site. It was £181.33. I think I'll return it and get this one instead.
#3
notacrime
IPS is much better than TN right? I have the 2208WFP on it's way to me just now from Dell UK site. It was £181.33. I think I'll return it and get this one instead.


IPS is the best out there, much better than TN, ive just ordered one for myself, will be here tomorrow.

Im into photography, and a lot of people on photography forums are shouting about this monitor
#4
Resolution needs to be bigger like some of the other 22" monitors out there at 1920x1080
#5
OK ordered. I'm glad dell have their 30-day no question return policy.
#6
Hhhmmm woudl ove a grat value 28"..

Anyway voted hot
#7
ev0styLe
Resolution needs to be bigger like some of the other 22" monitors out there at 1920x1080


Your missing the point - IPS is a much much better panel than TN and has much better (and more even) colour reproduction.
#8
great deal for a IPS monitor, sooo tempted..!
#9
still waiting for mine to come:oops:
#10
Jakg
Your missing the point - IPS is a much much better panel than TN and has much better (and more even) colour reproduction.


Perhaps not, if your a graphic/web designer you are likely to need a high resolution or dual screen setup for multiple windows in addition to accurate colour reproduction.
#11
Ooh yeah this is a corker. I'm using it now. Aperture looks SICK in full screen. Thanks OP!
#12
kamaran;4557512
Perhaps not, if your a graphic/web designer you are likely to need a high resolution or dual screen setup for multiple windows in addition to accurate colour reproduction.
Ah, but can you make pixels that small with this technology?
#13
IPS panels far better than normal TN if you want the colours to stay the same as you move your head.

However... it's OCUK. Sorry, cold - value for money has to take morals into account at some point. Every time you pay money to OCUK a kitten dies.
#14
notacrime
Ooh yeah this is a corker. I'm using it now. Aperture looks SICK in full screen. Thanks OP!


Glad you like it, mines still not come, out for delivery since 7am !! dam dhl home delivery, upto 9pm !!
#15
Balb0wa
Glad you like it, mines still not come, out for delivery since 7am !! dam dhl home delivery, upto 9pm !!

Oooh, jealous much? Hehe. This thing is great. I have a 17" Ultrasharp (1708FP) that I was using in portrait mode along side my macbook pro monitor. If you move your head just a millimeter the colors change. They are also graded left to right even when your head is still. This new screen just doesn't do that at all. (I'm not using it in portrait mode, but I had to try it out and see.)
#16
mine came, 7 33pm, very nice it is to :-):thumbsup:
#17
http://premium1.uploadit.org/bobbyboyuk//DPP_0078.JPG

http://premium1.uploadit.org/bobbyboyuk//DPP_0079.JPG

http://premium1.uploadit.org/bobbyboyuk//DPP_0080.JPG
#18
Oh yes, I can see that when I move my head from side to side, the colours remain constant. :roll:
#19
This is a very good monitor indeed if you can handle the small pixels!
The price is good but OcUK are not on my preferred supplier list for a costly item like this where customer support does matter.
Ebuyer and Scan are all around £200 last time I looked and I would prefer to buy from them frankly.
Bear in mind that I strongly suspect the warranty on offer will only be the standard panel one from Dell.
When I checked the Dell direct site they had the premium panel warranty with their offer but that was nearly £50 more.
So guess how these other etailers can get the price down so low.
If the warranty type matters to you then check this out very carefully indeed.
Nothing worse than a lovely SIPS panel with a hot pixel dead centre!
#20
Bear in mind that I strongly suspect the warranty on offer will only be the standard panel one from Dell.


Look before you leap

"Warranty: 3 Years On-Site"

This comes with Dells Premium Warranty, never mind what OC says, next day replacement (before 3pm) for dead pixels etc....

From OC forums:

premium panel warranty -
if you have :
1 STUCK pixel anywhere (coloured)
or
5 dead pixels anywhere (black)

then you have the right to exchange.


blah blah blah....
#21
cambridge_blue;4563008
This is a very good monitor indeed if you can handle the small pixels!
Do you mean resolution by that? Or large gap between pixels?
#22
Amazing Monitor, got mines for 198 quid for Ebuyer, if you buying from them, just click on super saver delivery, they send it next day delivery anyways!!!!!!
#23
BobbyUK;4564894
Amazing Monitor, got mines for 198 quid for Ebuyer, if you buying from them, just click on super saver delivery, they send it next day delivery anyways!!!!!!


Careful, you can't guarantee that even if it worked out for you that way ;-)

It depends on how busy they are at the time I guess. Anything ordered with super saver will be the lowest priority.
#24
hot deal for what is apparently a very good monitor, I've just ordered a couple.

For those who have problems ordering from Overclockers it can be had for £182.85 + delivery from PCBuyit
http://www.pcbuyit.co.uk/product_info.php?products_id=331
#25
Huh cheaper at PCbuyit, tempting.. Vowed never to shop at OcUk after being burned by them so thanks for that. Pretty hot price never the less.
#26
only downside it seems is the stand. its fixed and not height adjustable. I had to choose a monitor that has a decent strong stand. I have a hp which is mental and proves IPS is leading in image quality. i am sure that this screen (like other dells) is fantastic.

I am a graphic designer and you can work on only one screen ( previous comments). Double is great for multitasking but more of a luxury than a nessesity. Two of these beuties would be nice :)

good find. I am sure this is one of the very very few IPS in the 22" market.

* to note the specs are similar to my HP in terms of input lag and gaming and films are great. Dont notice any lag what so ever.
#27
you can adjust the height and tilt on it ;-)

STAND

Height-adjustable stand, tilt, swivel, pivot and built-in cable management

nice pdf brochure about the monitor

http://www.dell.com/downloads/emea/products/snp/monitor-dell-2209wa-spec-sheet.pdf


http://premium1.uploadit.org/bobbyboyuk//34343.jpg
#28
i stand corrected about the height adjustment. does anyone have any links for proper reviews site (not cnet)? i.e. tft central who throughly test monitors. whats the colour calibration like on the model when shipped? can it be callibrated to a good level? Lovelly monitor. shame it doesnt have HDMI connection but i guess this can be solved to some degree :thumbsup:
#29
Mine arrived this morning and I'm more than pleased, no dead pixels etc etc

Stright out of the box both seemed a little bright, after calibration with a Spyder3 Elite they are spot on and both match prints perfectly, now to find a bigger desk so I can add a 3rd :)
#30
wackybeaver;4579072
shame it doesnt have HDMI connection but i guess this can be solved to some degree :thumbsup:
Yes - for about £2 delivered.
#31
Ordered this Friday and expect it to be delivered Monday to replace my vx922 which is sadly dying (won't turn on sometimes).

Not a big fan of OC but as it was 10 quid cheaper than scan i'm happy to take the risk.

As for the monitor it sounds perfect for me. e-IPS panel and 1680x1050 res, perfect. :D
#32
been using mine a few days now, its very nice, sturdy, all good :-)
#33
Now im stuck, Ive been looking at the Samsung T220 22", Im big on gaming and the Response Times 2 ms on this , compared to 6 ms on the dell IPS.

Contrast ratio on del- 3000:1
Samsung - 1000:1

Resolution the same

Whats best for a gamer? Been told the responce times important and all shops recomend me the samsung. What you all think?
#34
cornish;4591177
the Response Times 2 ms on this , compared to 6 ms on the dell IPS.
Are they measured in the same way? If not, ignore them.

Besides which, how often is the display refreshed? Less than every 6ms I'd warrant...
#35
Likely2
Look before you leap

"Warranty: 3 Years On-Site"

This comes with Dells Premium Warranty, never mind what OC says, next day replacement (before 3pm) for dead pixels etc....

From OC forums:

blah blah blah....


Indeed check your facts my friend.
Scan confirmed verbally that this model they supply only comes with a standard panel warranty.
OcUK confirmed by email that this model they supply only comes with a standard panel warranty.
Havn't checked on PCBuyit so can't comment.
Dell direct clearly supply this with the premium panel warranty.
It is possible that since this monitor is classed as an Ultrasharp model then the 'standard' warranty would normally be the premium one!
So perhaps the suppliers are right - but then again....
Confused - I am!!!
Difficult to see how they can undercut Dell by so much without cutting corners somewhere.
So what is the real warranty on offer here?
Does it matter - Dell monitor support is generally very good and professional but if their system sees your warranty from a supplier as only the standard one then you may find you have to live with a bright pixel regardless.
Still tempted to get one of these mind :roll:
#36
3 year on-site next business day replacement warranty - direct with Dell UK

All of our Dell monitors are sold with a pixel perfect guarantee for the duration of the warranty period, in the unlikely event your monitor has ANY pixel defect we will arrange for the monitor to be replaced next working day, to arrange this simply email us the monitor serial number, order reference or invoice number, the address and a contact mobile of where you would like it replaced. Calls must be logged before 4pm qo qualify.


Copy and pasted by PC Buy It. Have yet to decide whether to get this or an LED backlit monitor (as I've had a few bad experiences with uneven backlight). OLED can't come fast enough :p
#37
this monitor was £211 at dell recently, i was watching the price, there prices go up and down, and dont make a lot of sense. The logitech G25 gaming wheel was £123 , its now £200+ .

Someone at ocuk is sending one back with dead pixel issues, hes dealing directly with dell not ocuk, dell offered him a new one.

heres what he said :

"Well wow to Dell.

Called them up. Gave the the serial number. They transferred over their premium warranty to me, asked me if I wanted a recon next day or wait 7 days for a brand new (of course I went brand new) and said I could keep the old one for as long as I wanted lol

They are picking up the old one in 2 weeks time. Very impressed TBH. Was on the phone for 20mins @ 5p a min though but I'm not complaining"

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